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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD -f Iain. Tentative plans for Wednes- day include a film. Information will be given by the Instructors. The week will conclude with a three-day camp-out. The Lethbridge corps will be 1 vifed to take part In this trip :he Porcupine Hills. The Farm Credit Corporatio willing to help the Indian arm but approval has to be ob ained from the band council. He owns a tractor, a one-wa isc, chisel-plow and a seedei e hired out his harvesting. His tractor is in need of re lair so his land has gone t this year. The Heavy Heads have nin hildren, five still at home. On on is attending the Let' iridge Community College. He has been unable to fin work so the family is living o relfare. His land is located below I! :anal so irrigation is possibl Until this year they had a vegetable garden. A root cellar is located nearby for storage. ood used clothing in Bangladesh. for the This comes in response to an appeal received from the Uni- tarian Service Committee. TABER (HNS) Roping and have moved indoors for le fall season. The Taber Roping Club has cheduled its final rope-off for p.m. Sunday in the commu- iry cenlre ice arena. Secretary Mrs. Betty Schmidt ays the public is invited to this event. It will also be a prc- riew of rodeo events to take Dlace the following weekend. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23, the Taber Indoor Ro- leo Club stsges the annual in- kwr amateur rodeo under of the Chinook Rodeo Association. All rodeo events on the ama- eur scale will ,be held each evening at p.m. Few honor grades TABER (HNS) Less than eight per cent of the 670 pa- pers wrften by Grade 12 stu- dents in all high schools in the Taber school division rated an honor grade of A, or 80 per cent. The B grade went to per cent of the papers, C grade to 42.4 per cent, C to 19.1 per cent, and 3.3 per cent were failures. Best results were in French 30 where 17 per cent of the pa- pers gained honors rating. En- glish 30 and Social Studies 30 went for 10 per cent, biology 30 nine per cent, and the re- maining subjects rated average or less with A rating. Students receiving honors standing will be recognized at suitable functions at the W. R. Myers High School, Taber and the Vauxhall High Schol at a suitable function later in the District doings Liquor store COALDALE (Staff) A li- quor store could be open here by spring or summer next year, an official of the Alberta Liquor Control Board says. The provincial cabinet has approved the spending of to buy two lots on the south- east corner of 20th Ave. and 17th St. Construction of the single sto- rey building could get under way this fall, said the LCB offi- cial. Work has started on plans and the project should soon be out to tender. In 1970, Coaldale residents ap- proved by 62 per cent a pleb- iscite authorizing an applica- tion for a liquor store for the town. Tipplers now buy their liquor at the Ventura Hotel or in Leth- bridge. Enlarge clinic COALDALE (HNS) The Green Acres Veterinary clinic here is being enlarged. The addition will double the site of the building. The new section is to be the post-opera- tive area. Completion date is Oct. 15. The clinic is located between the railway tracks and High- way 3 here. Plan fair COUTTS